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1 I bought credit protection on Wells Fargo, and sold it on AIG, so I'm now hedged!
2 the Banks, many loan applicants are hobbled by a "one-two punch" of weak sales and too much debt, says of Wells Fargo, America's largest small-business lender.
3 Wells Fargo I applied on my own once, and applied with my father as a co-signer and they also denied me [then].
4 Dimon was the one who questioned Bernanke Tuesday, but it's a safe bet that his peers at Citigroup, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and plenty of others are looking for answers too.
5 Ms. Thomas and three other Wells Fargo employees have given affidavits for the city’s lawsuit against the bank, and their statements about bank practices reinforce one another.
6 Former employees say Wells Fargo loan officers marketed the most expensive loans to black applicants, even when they should have qualified for prime loans.
7 Perhaps even Wells Fargo, still an almost entirely domestic operation, will start to broaden its horizons.
8 Transparency did at least take a small step forwards at Wells Fargo, America's fourth-biggest bank by assets and its most taciturn.
9 Bank of America (BAC) and Wells Fargo (WFC) both announced new debit card charges, and Citigroup is raising some checking account fees aimed squarely at Main Street.
10 Major Banks including bank of America, Wachovia and Wells Fargo soon followed with cuts in their prime rate. This is what Banks charge their best customers.
11 To recoup some of their losses, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citibank and JPMorgan Chase are all planning to stop offering free basic checking accounts.
12 Wells Fargo, a bank founded in 1852, plays heavily on its role in the development of the American West.
13 Two years ago, his doorbell rang, and two men from Wells Fargo offered to consolidate his consumer loans into a low-cost mortgage.
14 He also thinks TD can sell more products to each customer: its franchise is "thin" compared with cross-selling leaders such as Wells Fargo, he says.
15 As head of the risk committee, he had been reviewing the Wells Fargo and other negative stock bets. He wasn't happy.
16 Stocks fell, led by financials such as Bank of America, Wells Fargo and J.P. Morgan Chase, amid worries over potential regulation and the impact of European debt issues.
17 federal judge in Baltimore dismissed that lawsuit, saying it had made overly broad claims about the damage done by Wells Fargo.
18 In a recent regulatory filing, Wells Fargo hinted that its legal troubles could multiply.
19 time, the cuts tend to dampen growth by making companies reluctant to spend and hire, said Mark Vitner, senior economist at Wells Fargo Securities.
20 The state would have big minority stakes in PNC Financial Services, US Bancorp and Wells Fargo.
21 The worst-hit Banks will be Wells Fargo and bank of America, respectively Freddie and Fannie's biggest sources of mortgages.
22 John Stumpf, head of San Francisco-based Wells Fargo, the Wal-Mart of consumer finance.
23 Wells Fargo is a Berkshire holding dating back 20 years.
24 Meanwhile, over at Wells Fargo . . .
25 lead banker, as it happened, was Wachovia, whose own problems have since forced it to sell itself to Wells Fargo.
26 John P. Relman, the Washington, D.C., lawyer handling the Memphis case, has sued Wells Fargo on behalf of the City of Baltimore, asserting that the bank systematically exploited black borrowers.
27 There is a risk that BofA's escape from TARP will prompt other Banks, such as Wells Fargo and Citigroup, to attempt premature exits.
28 They tell their family members and their neighbors, and they're going to remember what bank gave them their first account," says Wells Fargo's Rios.
29 Saia worked at the Wells Fargo branch located in Coos Bay, Oregon from August 2006—August 2010.
30 I don't think anyone can realistically expect a full resolution, but they want something that looks like progress," said John Manley, chief equity strategist for Wells Fargo Advantage Funds.